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    Thanks Dan and Cal for a superb weekend. Loved the place

    Great to meet old and new faces.

    Is that the last one for the year then? I'm missing them already

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    Was it

    Quote Originally Posted by UturnTony View Post
    found this about the feckin' bells.

    The magnificent 120 foot Perpendicular tower of the Grade I Listed St.George's Church, with its four pinnacles, is an easily distinguished landmark. It houses the second heaviest peal of six bells in the world. They are in regular use with local bell ringers, and a carillon plays hymn tunes automatically 8 times a day.

    it mentions 8 times a day but fook all about the ones through the night.
    what a great idea.
    Was all the the nocternal din the CARILLION or the CARRION or both

    Didnt spoil the Craic tho

    You packed that tent yet Tony ?

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    Thanks Dan and Cal for a great weekend and for all the baking advice. Thanks Adam for the spirited road ride and thanks to the great and the good who attended and made it a memorable weekend. New friends. Old friends. Thanks to you all.
    We should learn from the weather. It pays no attention to criticism. [/I]

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    What a fab-u-lous weekend...! Funky venue, gorgeous weather, cheese, cheese and more cheese..... and the best bit.... a lovely bunch of folk to chat, drink and chill with..

    Thanks Dan and Cal for doing all that's involved in making everyone's weekend all that it was...

    Can't quite believe it's the last do of the year ... roll on next year

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    Thanks Dan and Cal, lovely event in an old orchard

    Had a cracking time, meeting old friends and some new ones too

    Good rideout too, thanks Ash for showing me the little known spots of the compact Cotswold and the sight of Ash struggling with a full sized sheep, trying to to squeeze it in the back of an Audi A7 Coupe will never leave me
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    Thanks Dan and Cal, lovely event in an old orchard

    Had a cracking time, meeting old friends and some new ones too

    Good rideout too, thanks Ash for showing me the little known spots of the compact Cotswold and the sight of Ash struggling with a full sized sheep, trying to to squeeze it in the back of an Audi A7 Coupe will never leave me
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    Thanks Dan for a cracking weekend. We had a great time, although I'm still struggling with the hangover as a result of the lock in at the pub that ended at 3am!

    There were talks of a Christmas bash somewhere, so lets all put our heads together and try and get something planned.

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    What a great weekend, Thanks to one and all from Me, Barb and Dillon..
    We had a wonderful time.
    Regarding the BELLS, being as our wobblybox didn't fit under the arch we were closest to them, all I can say is, >>>
    IF you could hear them, you didn't drink enough
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    Many thanks Dan and Cal

    A great venue, a great host, great company and, as always, good to meet faces both old and new.

    Bells.... what bells, slept through them both nights

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post

    Good rideout too, thanks Ash for showing me the little known spots of the compact Cotswold and the sight of Ash struggling with a full sized sheep, trying to to squeeze it in the back of an Audi A7 Coupe will never leave me


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    Great weekend. Thank's for all your effort Dan and Cal

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    can i just say thanks to the toads


    and i didnt go

    i know what a top time it would have been

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    A geat big thank you very much from Me and Janet for sorting out this event
    The bells were fabulous and a joy to my ears ( I have dodgy hearing mind)
    It was my wife first full event and Janet said it "wor grand me ducks"
    Hope to attend next year tooooooooooooooooooooooooo

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    Great event thanks very much for organising, am back home fed and settled.

    My first Cotswold event. Field was a good cozy size. Brilliant for getting to know more people and making new friends.

    Will be attending next years! Hopefully with swmbo too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    Thanks Dan and Cal, lovely event in an old orchard

    Had a cracking time, meeting old friends and some new ones too

    Good rideout too, thanks Ash for showing me the little known spots of the compact Cotswold and the sight of Ash struggling with a full sized sheep, trying to to squeeze it in the back of an Audi A7 Coupe will never leave me
    Might have been easier if his trousers weren't around his ankles, I think she said it WAS mounted, not NEEDED to be!

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    A top weekend all round

    I thought it had it's own special atmosphere. The old site had the focus of the fire, and that was it. This had more going on. I understand Dan needing to make the change and he could have cancelled it altogether. As it was a great time was had and I'd go back there next year for sure

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